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post #21 of 47
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Well that's a shame about POEM ending, guess I will try some GPUGrid.
I have considered gpugrid but looking at their forum, it seems they suffer from the same lack of work issues a lot of other projects are going through. I just looked and their server status says it has no work to send.
post #22 of 47
From what I've seen from comments WUs can be sporatic. There is no Pascal support yet as they need CUDA 8.5 driver support for some reason. From the few WUs I've ran they seem to be really picky about overclocks. My 970 required a much lower OC than anything else I've used it for.
post #23 of 47
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Well one thing I notice between boinc and folding is that boinctasks is far superior to hfm.net on linux. hfm.net is proving very difficult to get running on mint
post #24 of 47
Crap! I tried running poem last week but got no work, and on top of that it changed my CPID for that project to a new one... this will be my second retired project that my CPID changed when it was too late to change it back.
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post #25 of 47
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Well one thing I notice between boinc and folding is that boinctasks is far superior to hfm.net on linux. hfm.net is proving very difficult to get running on mint

I only run HFM on my Win7 desktop and use it to monitor remote linux machines. There is a guide in the folding section for setup.
post #26 of 47
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I only run HFM on my Win7 desktop and use it to monitor remote linux machines. There is a guide in the folding section for setup.

Yeah, I am just grumpy over change. Its working pretty good, got it generating web pages and all. I'll play with it tonight and see what it can do.
post #27 of 47
Did they achieve what they aimed to do? Or are they planning to use their new code with inhouse compute GPUs?

"we have so much computational power that we do not require your large and generous contributions to conduct our science anymore. "
post #28 of 47
It's not quite BOINCStats but the best available for folding.
post #29 of 47
Darn, I just got into doing Poem@home units on Sundays. Now I have to find a new GPU BOINC project to do on the weekends.

Who would say be the next best GPU project to do?
 
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post #30 of 47
You'd have to say what kind of project you'd think was best. There are number projects like Collatz, Moo and Primegrid, medical like GRUPID, science related like E@H, Asteroids, SETI or MilkyWay. Universe is working an a GPU app as well.
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